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Celtic No Go For Lallana

Celtic No Go For Lallana

The Parkhead club, temporarily under the management of Neil Lennon, have been linked with Saints star Adam Lallana. They have the 18 goal, skillfull, attacking midfield player under close scrutiny.

Southampton though have no need to sell and fully intend to keep their young star. Alan Pardew has already been quoted as saying Adam should stay for at least another eighteen months.

Adam will continue learning and at a place that he calls home. Adam likes it at St Mary's and has no intention of moving. He has himself stated that he will definitely 100% be at Southampton for the start of the next season.

He is aiming to help Saints to the Premiership and wants to stay where he is. We at Vitalsaints wish him god speed.



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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Wednesday April 7 2010
Time: 6:45PM

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We love you alan and don't won't to lose you to anyone. You are good for us and we will be good for you for a long while yet we hope.
stellarnw
07/04/2010 19:03:00
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We won't sell Adam now. There would be too much of an uproar if we let hiim go as it would cost a small fortune to replace him adequately.
sfc4ghg
07/04/2010 19:15:00
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Nobody will get Lallana from us. He is not for sale, today, tomorrow or next week. He will stay with us all the way back to the Premier League.
VSrednwhite
07/04/2010 21:18:00
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please god no. We must not sell Adam. I will stop going if we sell him. He is fit and I'd love a date.
VS sparkle
07/04/2010 23:24:00
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I do like that Adam the Lama bloke as i said on the Pompey article....a very tallented lad..such a shame he's a red zebra, a deck chair, a scum bum, one of St Mary's Faries...I'm on a roll now... PUP PPU
plymouth graham
07/04/2010 23:49:00
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Don't roll too far you might end up in the sea with your little swimming fin clad, gilled friends.
SFC Forever
08/04/2010 10:36:00
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plymouthgraham how do you do it? Don't you get an electric shock when you use electrical things like computors? Or do you leap like a salmon and press a few buttons before splashing back into the pond again?
VSrednwhite
08/04/2010 19:11:00
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